bed & breakfastBed & Breakfasts in Ruidoso

A unique experience awaits those who choose to lodge in Bed & Breakfasts. These private, quaint inns allow you to unwind and feel pampered at the same time. B&B’s also allow you to connect directly with locals and experience Ruidoso as an insider. There’s no better concierge than the owner of a local B&B! Food is another important component and with a breakfast of green chili scrambled eggs as a wake up call, there’s always a reason to stay in these charming inns.

Ruidoso is a small community and has a limited selection of B&B’s to choose from. Nearby towns of Alto, Lincoln and Cloudcroft have several options we’ve included as well in this carefully crafted list.

Book your B&B for the ultimate in comfort and enjoy the relaxing and scenic mountain community of Ruidoso.

Casa del Cocinero
1118 Hwy 48
Alto, NM 88312
Toll Free 800.360.3500

Only two miles away from Ruidoso, Casa del Cocinero is known for a world famous breakfast and views of local wildlife: mule deer, elk, black bear and wild horses. Convenience to hiking trails and skiing at Sierra Blanca peak make this B&B a great option for families wanting to experience the true scenery of Ruidoso or any lover of the outdoors.

Ellis Store Country Inn Bed & Breakfast
MM 98 US Hwy 380
Lincoln, NM 88338
Toll Free 800.653.6460

In the nearby town of Lincoln, Ellis Store Country Inn is one of the more charming B&B’s Ruidoso has to offer and ideal for romance. The decor is delightfully vintage western and for good reason, the Inn has historical significance. Billy the Kid, the infamous outlaw that makes Lincoln famous, was held captive in one of the suites for two weeks. Stay for the charm, experience and the food on it’s own, is enough to write home about.

Wortley Hotel
585 Calle La Placitas, Hwy 380
Lincoln, NM 88338

Another inn in the history books, Wortley features seven carefully restored rooms that easily transport you 100 years ago to the time of The Kid. Shot and killed at the very inn, Wortley Hotel is the opposite of a tourist trap, instead boasting a number of awards not only for the lodging, but the food.